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I have been running my F150 7700 for two years and it has been great. It also pulls my landscape trailer during the summer months.

At 4,150 lbs, The 7700 boasts a more heavy-duty front end than many of the F250 and GM 2500s that I looked at. Good for supporting my 650 lb Western Pro Plow.

Only problem is the trucks's crazy seven-lug rims.

 

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For this year, we have taken a 2008 F150 HD Payload, Factory Snow Plow package and we added the Daystar Front Leveling Kit. We have a 7' Western Plow on the Front and the truck works great.
 

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i work at a shop where we install and service snowplows, we mostly see 3/4 ton and 1 ton trucks, mostly due to weight requirments needed for the salt spreaders, they get pretty heavy when loaded. But we doe see quite a few f150's, we've also done em on rangers, jeeps.
 
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